Re: [802SEC] IEEE 802 Meeting Agenda - Version 6
I have a couple of questions about the Monday evening 802.16
tutorial. I am copying the SEC because it may require broader input.
(1) You have scheduled the tutorial for Texas 5-7, which is rated at
150 people. I am concerned that this may be small. I expect people
from all of the wireless groups, and Howard has specifically invited
the EFM group. I think we generally allow quite a few more seats at
(2) I noticed that the Executive Committee Study Group on Coexistence
is scheduled to meet from 6:30-9:30 pm on Monday. I think that we
generally avoid holding 802-level meetings at the same time as
tutorials. I know that the 802.16 people would prefer to relocate the
Coexistence Study Group meeting so as not to overlap with any
>Please find attached a copy of the draft IEEE 802
>Meeting Agenda for the upcoming November 2001
>Please review all your meeting specs carefully
>and let us know if you need to make any revisions.
>All comments are due by noon on Wed. October 31st.
>The IEEE 802.3 Working Group will be meeting at
>the Radisson Hotel and the Austin Convention Center.
>Geoff, please confirm with your group that we have
>allocated enough meeting space for all the breakouts
>At this time, please note the following:
>1. Tutorial #1: Booked by Roger Marks - Monday @ 6:30pm/Hyatt
>2. Call For Interest: Booked by Geoff Thompson - Tuesday @
>3. Technical Plenary: Booked by several WG Chairs - Wed.
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